CN3000LP: Caninology Canine Body Worker® (CCBW) certification for Licensed Professionals

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Join us for an accelerated 5-day CCBW certification course, open only to Licensed Professionals!

Dates: TBD —– | —– Cost: £1195.00

Instructor: Dr. Mila Speciani, DVM

 

Join us for an accelerated version of our signature CCBW® certification course, which offers a unique blend of canine sports massage, soft tissue release, point therapy, stretching and activation techniques!

This 5-day, 150+hour course is made up of actual course contact hours, independent evening studies, and a post-course externship and examination. In the United Kingdom, this course is taught exclusively by Dr. Mila Speciani, DVM, EEBW, CCBW

COURSE HOURS

Classroom hours during course: 10 hours

Hands-on practical sessions during course: 30 hours

Independent home study during course: 10+ hours

Required guided externship after course: 80+ hours

TOTAL COURSE HOURS: 150+ hours

Students attend class daily from 8am to 530pm, and there are an additional 2-3 hours of review every evening after class. Participants must attend every day of the onsite course. Partial attendance is not permitted.

The Externship:
To gain the CCBW® certification, there are an additional 80 hours of guided study after the on-site course. Participants complete 20 sessions on at least 5 different dogs, using all the techniques taught during the course. The externship includes a home review portion on muscle function, muscle identification, point location and gait evaluation, to consolidate the material that was taught at the on-site course. Participants will also prepare a video documenting a full canine sports massage session. Participants are given four (4) months in which to complete the externship.

COURSE OUTLINE

Skeletal structure:
Thoracic appendicular system
Pelvic appendicular system
Axial skeletal system
Bony landmark identification
Palpation skills

Muscle structure:
Intrinsic Muscles
Extrinsic Muscles
Palpation skills
Locating and isolating muscles
Mechanism of injury
Deep muscles
Middle muscles
Superficial muscles

Sports massage:
Safety rules
Basic strokes
Full massage and bodywork session
80+point locations
Issues associated with positive points
Range of motion testing and stretching/passive lengthening exercises
Contra-indications
Body mechanics
Follow-up exercises

Assessment:
History evaluation
Documentation
Subjective conformation and gait evaluation

Certification of Achievement: Caninology Canine Body Worker® (CCBW) certification is issued upon successful completion of the course and the full externship/practical examination.

Prerequisites:

To enroll in the CN3000LP course, one of the following criteria must be met. All participants must have at least 2 years’ experience in working with dogs. It is understood that the participant is confident and conversant in veterinary anatomy and vocabulary. Participants must be confident in assessing gaits and lameness, and have a solid understanding of evaluation of conformation, and symmetry of muscles and anatomical structures. In addition, participants must have a comprehensive understand of muscular and skeletal anatomy. The online CN3005 Canine Anatomy online course can be taken as a review.

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine:
Proof of degree must be provided upon registration. In addition, all other prerequisites must be met.

Physical Therapist/Physiotherapist:
Proof of degree must be provided upon registration. Two (2) letters of recommendation from canine veterinarians are required to support registration for this course. In addition, all other prerequisites must be met.

Doctor of Chiropractic:
Proof of degree must be provided upon registration. Two (2) letters of recommendation from canine veterinarians are required to support registration for this course. In addition, all other prerequisites must be met.

Doctor of Osteopathy:
Proof of degree must be provided upon registration. Two (2) letters of recommendation from canine veterinarians are required to support registration for this course. In addition, all other prerequisites must be met.

Final-year students: Veterinary Medicine, Master Degree of Veterinary Physiotherapy: Proof of degree progress must be provided upon registration. Two (2) letters of recommendation from canine veterinarians are required to support registration for this course.

Registration for CN3005 MUST be made through Equinology Inc (US$95.00)
https://equinologyinstitute.com/product/cn3005-canine-anatomy-and-behavior-precourse-distance-study/
Registrations for CN3005 sent to Equinenergy® Ltd will NOT be processed.

Course manual: purchased through www.equinenergy.com (£85.00)

Examination fee: £75.00, payable directly to the examiner